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Posts Tagged ‘Christian romance’

October Wedding and New Releases!

I’ve been AWOL for awhile, caught up in the whirl of prepping for my oldest daughter’s wedding. As of October 6th, that’s in the books, and as you can see my girl made a lovely bride! Big sigh of relief here–take it from me–weddings are a lot easier to write about than to pull off…

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I love ACFW!

I just love this picture, don’t you? Forget rainbows and unicorns! Happiness in my world looks more like sunflowers and bubbles! And today is definitely a bubbly and sunflowery kind of day for me! First off, let me tell you–I LOVE American Christian Fiction Writers! I attended my very first ACFW conference the last time…

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Some September Goodies!

Bye-bye, August! September has officially arrived–and you know what that means! It’s time for pumpkins and colored leaves and crisper, cooler weather! And–just in time for cuddling up with a nice hot cup of tea, a fresh batch of wonderful books are ripe and ready for the picking! ACFW has their September roster of new…

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It's Release Day!!

Did you ever make a present for somebody special? Did you spend tons of time on it, doing your very best to make your gift worthy of the wonderful person it was meant for? And then–did you hold your breath as they opened it, hoping that they would like it…really truly like it? Well, for me,…

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Guess what? I'm Expecting!

Stop that snickering, ya’ll! It’s true!! My second book baby is due in September! A Baby for the Minister, my new Love Inspired romance, is scheduled for release this autumn. I’m so excited about this book—partly because it features Jacob Stone, one of my favorite characters from my first novel A Family for the Farmer. Like all…

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Belly flop time!

I have teetered on the blogging diving board for a long time, unwilling to jump. It’s not that I don’t love blogs. I do. Other people’s. But me have a blog? Good grief, no. For one thing, I’m not exactly a techy person. When people start talking about the innards of their computers, my eyes…

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